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Good Tournament @ Gainesville

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By stevem - Posted on 12 October 2009

The WACA held our last regular season tournament this past weekend on Gainesville Lake on the Tenn-Tom. A steady rain and a river about two or three feet high didn't make for the best conditions...but, the fish were biting like crazy. Everyone caught fish and lots of them, no two pounders but lots of quality Tombigbee River fish in the 1lb. range. My wife and I threw back probably seventy-five keeper fish that were 10 to 12 inches. With our end of year "B'n'M Classic" coming up in three weeks on this lake, I think we're all looking forward to it.

mchappy's picture

What was the winning pattern?

Shannon's picture

Congrats to all who participated in the tournament. I have placed the tournament results here.

Shannon Admin

Ray's picture

Man Steve that is surprising. I figured the fishing would be tough. I am in for the season next year and I hope to bring at least 2 other teams to join. Let me know when the big club meeting will be as I would like to attend.


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